Room divider - folded gift box

Fabrika Decoru has run a fantastic marathon, challenging scrappers to create projects inspired by different countries. My room divider was heavily inspired by Japan, next stop in the marathon.

Room divider was easy to make. I used two A4 cardstocks: one for the screen and one for the box top. I found in my stash a design sheet 30x30 cm with some hieroglyphs on (apologies beforehand, I believe they are Japanese). Top of the screen is punched. For the bottom, one could run the construction through a die cut. I cut the "legs" myself instead.

The gift card is embellished by fuzzy cut elements from Fabrika Decoru paper collection Wild Orchid, as well as some die cuts, rhinestones and green feathers.

Here are some photos from all the angles.

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